Our independent 2021 Hyundai Kona review in Australia, including price, specs, interior, ride and handling, safety and score. Hyundai is in the midst of a new product onslaught. It began in 2020 with the arrival of the new i30 Sedan, Santa Fe and Palisade and this year will bring more,
Hyundai’s hi-po SUV will soon launch, the Korean brand confirming some specs and showing the first proper images. Hyundai has begun to officially tease the upcoming Kona N, a high-performance SUV that we now know will house the same 2.0-litre turbo as the i30 N. Shown here in camo pictures
Subtle yet significant, the MY21 Kona facelift elevates Hyundai’s small SUV and brings a hot-looking option. Hyundai has officially revealed the rather heavily facelifted Kona for 2021, including an all-new Kona N-Line model. At the front, the squinty face now looks more cohesive with a shapely new grille completing the
South Korean maker shows us a glimpse of the Kona facelift, including the new warm N-Line model. Hyundai is showing off teaser images of its upcoming facelift for the 2021 Kona, which will bring an unsurprisingly large update to the grille and bumper area. In Hyundai’s own words, the upcoming
Hyundai’s highly speculated and all but confirmed Kona N could be delayed due to coronavirus production delays. HYUNDAI WILL launch its first hot SUV this year, following in the footsteps of the i30 N and Veloster N hot hatches onto Hyundai showrooms. Confirmation of the SUV comes via an internal
Hyundai’s N expansion plans will come to fruition soon with the production of the new Kona N and Elantra N within 12 months. HYUNDAI PLANS to lob a hot sedan into its N Performance lineup. It will distinguish Hyundai’s small-car performance offerings compared to brands with only hot hatches. The
HYUNDAI’S KONA is the lofty, lifted SUV crossover of the popular i30 hatch. In Hyundai’s lineup, it sits between the new, smaller Venue and stalwart family option, the Tucson. Introduced in Australia in 2017 the Kona currently on sale is still in its first generation, however, it brought with it
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